Bill O'Reilly doesn't care if Santa is white.
But he does care about the message Beyonce is sending young black girls.
In a Fox News segment wit Russell Simmons this week, the host WENT OFF on Beyonce, trashing the singer as a terrible role model for her track "Partition" and its accompanying, raunchy video.
"Teenage girls look up to Beyonce -- especially girls of color," O'Reilly says. "Why would [Beyonce sing about sex in the backseat of a limo] when she knows the devastation of unwanted pregnancies?"
The single makes a reference to a man going all "Monica Lewinsky" on Beyonce's dress… which is just wrong and gross.
O'Reilly goes on to say that "an entertainer like Beyonce ... has an obligation to protect [kids]."
He refers to this music video as "exploitative garbage that harms impressionable children" and concludes:
"I think that what Beyonce has done here is inexplicable ... what about the kids who don't have amazing [parents]? Beyonce in the back of a limo having sex and referencing Monica Lewinsky is art?"
Not exactly the worst point this commentator has ever made, is it?
Watch the Beyonce video in question now and sound off: Where do you stand on this issue of Beyonce as a role model?